If you're going to look as bold as this 1991 Chevrolet Silverado,
you better have the power to back it up. That's why it's running a
fortified LS-powered V8 with 400+hp at the rear wheels. And when
you see that this custom style is also loaded with all the best
features, you'll soon realize that this classic truck offers more
distinction, comfort, and power than even a new pickup you'll find
at this price.
Let's start with the paint. A bright burgundy metallic is perfect
for this Silverado. It gives the pickup a first impression that's
both modern and mean. The front end is elegantly aggressive with a
cowl hood, clear headlights, and a GMC-style grille setup that
allows for the clean billet upgrade. This custom wants to be
extra-smooth, and so you have details like the color-matched front
bumper, deleted badging, and a flush rear roll pan. Tinted windows
black door handles, and black accents on the 20-inch US Mags wheels
give you a nice hint at this truck's dark side. But maybe the black
piece we like the best is the liner paint in the bed. After all, it
reminds us that no matter how cool/mean/custom a machine can be, a
good pickup will still be a useful truck.
Open the door to find a comfortable and loaded interior. The deep
red total package inside looks stylish against the maroon paint.
And the dual bucket seats with a cup holder center console
in-between reminds us of the classic Silverado SS 454 muscle trucks
(although this one is now actually MORE powerful than those.)
You've got all the right factory features like power windows, power
locks, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. You'll also spot
the right upgrades, like a sports steering wheel on a tilt column
to give you a good grip and a good view of the full gauges. And the
Kenwood AM/FM/CD/HD stereo with USB means you can have the best in
modern driving music.
Those who know these GM trucks will instantly spot something much
more modern under the hood. It's a 6.0-liter LS-based V8. This
fuel-injected powerhouse has been upgraded further, including a TSP
Velocity intake, Texas Speed & Performance camshaft, and headers.
The full package is rated at 405 horsepower at the rear wheels -
and we have the dyno sheet to prove it! You even have an upgrade to
a 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission that's the ideal balance
of stout construction and smooth shifting all the way into
overdrive. So while it's unknown if the odometer reflects the
actual mileage on this pickup, you can see it's a moot point with
all the investments that make this a fresh restomod style machine.
The V8 fires up with the eagerness of a modern motor and gives a
nice powerful tune. And if you really want to let people know about
the power within, the electric cutouts instantly give you an
intimidating rumble. Plus, with power steering, power brakes, front
discs, and grippy sport tires, it's easy to take this muscle truck
Custom trucks this nice, this powerful, and this complete are
rarely within reach. So don't miss a fleeting opportunity. Call